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Nursing Homes in Maryland

There are 1,703 senior care providers in Maryland, which include 472 nursing home facilities. According to information collected by Medicare, the average cost of nursing home facilities in Maryland is $98,368 annually, with costs typically ranging between $4,950 and $18,840 monthly. The monthly national median cost is approximately $6,360.

The metropolitan area of Frederick-Rockville has the highest nursing home costs in Maryland, with prices ranging from $230 per day up to $450 per day and an average annual cost of around $121,180. The lowest nursing home prices in Maryland are in the California-Lexington Park area. Here, they range from $225 to $243 per day, with a median yearly cost of approximately $85,410.

Maryland has an exceptional SeniorScore™ of 75. The state contains a total population of approximately 5,773,561, which makes it the 19th largest state in the country. Among this populace, around 28% are 55 years of age or older. On average, residents have a life expectancy of about 78.8.

The average household income in Maryland is $94,300, with a median income of around $77,110, and per capita wages of around $35,800 annually. The general cost of living in the state is very high. It currently has an unemployment rate of around 7.29%.

Maryland generally has a cooler climate, with average annual temperatures of about 54.7 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is approximately 43.7 and the high temperature averages 64.6 degrees.

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